02. El Paso
04. Beat It On Down The Line
06. Lazy Lightnin'>
01. Don't Ease Me In
02. Little Red Rooster
03. Far From Me
04. Uncle John's Band>
05. Playin'in the Band>
06. Drums >
08. Comes A Time>
09. Lost Sailor>
10. Saint Of Circumstance>
11. Casey Jones
12. Johnny B. Goode
The source discs were a preFM of Grateful Dead Hours 732, 733 and 734
Don't Ease Me In is not cut on this version.
I used the original SHN set for splices using Cool Edit 2000:
Drums/Space 9:34.903 -> 10:40.317
I also spliced in the Audience between: d1t02-03
I also cut out a 2 second Dropout in space that was in the
original SHN set.
August 25, 2017 Subject:
Rooster Is One Of The Finest Versions Of Blues I Have Ever Heard The Dead Do. Still Has A Traditional Chicago Blues Sound. The Two Guitars Up Front Working That Deep Groove. Bobby Hasn't Tinseled Up The Lyrics Too Much Yet, Just A Strong, Straight Forward Delivery. This Being The Second Version Since The Dead's Primal Days. By The Next Performance At The Very Next Show (Pine Knob, The Next Night) Weir's Adding The Trite Theatrics That Eventually Took The Blues Right Out Of The Equation In Later Versions. Having To Wait For Jerry's Last Solo For A Micro Blues Fix.
August 9, 2013 Subject:
Dogs begin to bark now and the hounds begin to HOWL
Very good sound to a hot show. 1st set is tight and well played! but look at this 2nd set..WTF!! Lil Red Rooster? how often you hear that in a 2nd set..right!! The band is ON for sure..Listen to the the Comes A time>Lost>Saint>Casey Jones!!! gotta freakin' love that..I DO..so please..GIVE IT A WHIRL>Forever Grateful>Forever Dead!!!
August 27, 2011 Subject:
Incredible show, nice recording, although the vocals are so loud you have to turn it up every time they start jamming.
October 15, 2008 Subject:
Jerry is on fire!
this show is tremendous! the setlist is outstanding, the band is tight, and jerry is out of his mind! he completely destroys the johnny b goode encore.